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gravipes females captured (2017) and females only specimen data from the San Diego Natural History Museum (SDNHM) from the same species and its closest con- generic species, D.
Studying the teeth, researchers concluded the three new genera, which represent the bulk of the undescribed Friars Formation omomyoid sample at SDNHM, range in size from 113 to 796 grams and are most likely related to a group of extinct species comprising the primate subfamily Omomyinae.
Gunnelltarsius randalli was named for Gregg Gunnell, the researchers' late colleague and expert on Eocene mammals, and for SDNHM fossil collections manager Kesler Randall.
SDNHM 4331, 10 June 1923, "San Pedro Martir Mts., La Joya", 30.933, -115.583.
De otras colecciones de los Estados Unidos (54 registros de seis colecciones); ademas de las ya mencionadas AME (hoy MGCL), USNM y SDNHM, estan: AMNH=American Museum of Natural History; CAS=California Academy of Sciences; LACM=Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County.
Valuable information on museum specimens and related information was provided by the Natural History Museum (NHM; Tring, United Kingdom), with assistance from MP Wakers, M Adams, and K van Grouw; San Diego Museum of Natural History (SDNHM; San Diego, California), with assistance from P Unitt; US National Museum (USNM; Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC), with assistance from C Angle; and Canadian Museum of Nature (CMN, Ottawa, Ontario), with assistance from M Gosselin.
Material: SDNHM 50700, partial skull; 45102, left distal coracoid; 50679 phalange.
Material: SDNHM 50661, right ulna; 50692, right scapula; 50693-94, left carpometacarpus; 51621, tip of premaxilla.
Contacted museums included the American Museum of Natural History in New York (AMNH), Natural History Museum in London (BMNH), California Academy of Sciences (CAS), Carnegie Museum of Natural History (CM), Field Museum of Natural History (FMNH), Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County (LACM), Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard (MCZ), Museum of Vertebrate Zoology (MVZ), San Diego Museum of Natural History (SDNHM), Universidad Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM), U.S.
A specimen collected in "Walters, Imperial County" in January 1890 is considered to be from what is currently known as Mecca (SDNHM # 748; pers.
2000), by personal inspection of museum collections at SBMNH and CAS, and from searches of museum collections by curators at the LACM, San Diego Natural History Museum (SDNHM), Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia (ANSP), and the Delaware Museum of Natural History (DMNH).
We thank Jim McLean, Lindsey and Cathy Groves, Gordon Hendler, Don Cadien, and George Davis (LACM); Henry Chaney, Paul Scott, and Patricia Sadeghian (SBMNH); Eugene Coan, Liz Kools, Chris Mah, and Bob Van Syoc (CAS); Carole Hertz and Tom Demere (SDNHM); Al Chadwick and Tim Pearce (DMNH); and Gary Rosenberg (ANSP) for taxonomic and range verifications and voucher material deposition.